Heat warning issued for Southwestern Ontario

Two days of sweltering heat and humidity is expected for Southwestern Ontario on Sunday and Monday. “A hot and humid…

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Pawn shop buys violin for $50, finds out it’s worth $250,000

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — A violin bought by a Massachusetts pawn shop for $50 has ended up being worth about 5,000…

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Penny Oleksiak withdraws from Pan Pacifics to prepare for push to 2020

EDMONTON – Canadian Penny Oleksiak will not compete at next month’s Pan Pacific Swimming Championships. The four-time Olympic medallist won…

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Security forces deploy in Iraq’s Najaf after day of protests

BEIRUT — Iraqi security forces deployed on the streets of the Shiite holy city of Najaf on Saturday after a…

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Heat wave moves across large parts of central and eastern Canada

Experts are reminding people to stay cool and hydrated, as temperatures rise in parts of central and eastern Canada. Areas…

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Leashed dogs allowed on GO trains during non-peak hours

A petition with more than 25,000 signatures has prompted GO Transit to loosen its rules around travelling with dogs. Canines…

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Fatal six-vehicle crash closes Highway 21

One person did not survive a multi-vehicle collision, this evening, northeast of Camrose. The RCMP is confirming a single fatality…

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Perception of foreign ownership heavily influences housing prices: CMHC

Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, June 27, 2018 11:58AM EDT TORONTO — Foreign buyers might make up a…

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Boynton, Carcillo critical of Bettman honour by Hall of Fame

The addition of NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to the Hockey Hall of Fame has prompted sharp pushback from some former…

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